Yes. Potato peels are rich in mineral elements and 60% of the potassium in a potato is close to the peel!
Yes. Potato skins contain many nutrients and are also an excellent source of fiber. They are a therefore good source of Vitamin C, vitamin B6,c opper, potassium, manganese, and dietary fiber. Potato skins are also uniquely rich in protein and iron (compared to other root vegetables).
For tasty ideas on how to prepare potato skins (or just potatoes with the skin still on them), please visit the link cited below.
One simple delicious way to cook potato skins is cook them in olive oil until they are crunchy like a natural potato chip.
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